Sway control problem on my Forester Class C
I'm new to RVing and purchased a 2006 Forester Class C model 2861 DSF. We tow a 2006 Honda CR-V. Used it three times, just took a trip from Charlottesville VA to Philadelphia... 7 hours at 55mph, all kinds of roads (2 lane, 4 lane, turnpike, etc.) My problem is steering control - at almost any speed over 35. Lots of sway and push from wind, semis, road bed shift. I found I was constantly moving the steering wheel to stay in my lane and often times drifted over. Really trying not to oversteer to get back. Funny, it didn't happen with all semis when they passed. This also occurs without the toad. On this trip, the MH was not loaded as it was a short trip but a white-knuckle ride.
Any suggestions on ways to improve the sway problem? Tire pressure and alignment are OK.